Thriller, Audio Book Reviews

The Eighth Sister – Audio Book Review

Charles Jenkins #1 by Robert Dugoni
Published on: April 9, 2019

Wow. This spy/espionage thriller seriously kept my attention through-out the entire story. The build-up to the end was terrific and some of the ending scenes were so good that I grew frustrated every time I had to stop my audio book at certain crucial moments.

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[ARC Review] The Turn of the Key – Book Review

By Ruth Ware
Published on: August 6, 2019

Loved it! Completely loved it! The Turn of the Key is a thoroughly absorbing tale full of just the right combination of creepiness, mystery and suspense in this new modern gothic mystery.

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The Silent Ones – Book Review

by K.L. Slater
Published on:  July 24, 2019

Two 10-year old cousins accused of murder.  Going in, I wondered if this would be more like The Bad Seed, a 1956 psychological horror film, or the 1993 film The Good Son, or something completely different all together.  Of course, I’m not going to tell here.

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False Horizon – Book Review

Seth Walker # 2 by Joseph Reid
Published on:  June 18, 2019

This thriller is full of action sequences and characters that kept my interest through-out the entire book.  Plus, I learned a lot about drones that I didn’t know before.

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[ARC Review] Child’s Play

D.I. Kim Stone #11 by Angela Marsons
Publsihed on:  July 11, 2019

Are all the books in the D.I. Kim Stone series this good?  Child’s Play is my first Angela Marsons book to read and review and true to the words on the cover – I couldn’t put it down.

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Cross the Line

Audio Book Review
Alex Cross #24 by James Patterson
Published in: 2016


I’m pretty sure this is my first Alex Cross thriller to read.   It’s definitely my first audio book from this series.   I needed a new audio book to listen to and this one was available at the library without any holds on it so I grabbed it.  What I found was that this series is quite thrilling.

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